Reflection Prompts 2022-23 School Year

PrekinderKindergartenGrade 1-2 Scope ABGrade 3-4 Scope AGrade 5-6 Scope AGrade 7-8 Scope AHS- Scope A
Lesson 1What makes you the same or different from everyone else?What makes you the same or different from everyone else?I know what my body needs. I know what my mind needs. I know what makes me happy. I feel like I belong with my family and friends. I like who I am.I know what my body needs. I know what my mind needs. I know what makes me happy. I feel like I belong with my family and friends. I like who I am. I have strategies to help me stay motivated. I know when I need to take a break and what I need to do to meet my needs.I am aware of my needs.
I am aware of what motivates me. I can locate myself on Maslow’s Hierarchy. I can list the levels of Maslow’s Hierarchy.
I am aware of my own basic needs. I nurture my needs and look for the tools to help me survive. My own needs are being met, which allows me to be my best self. I can explain why the need for “safety” is important for me to thrive. I can describe what my “well-being” looks like. I am aware of my needs and look for strategies to help me meet those needs. I recognize what levels of Maslow’s are being met in my personal life. I have resources to meet my needs. Meeting my needs allows me to be my best self. I can describe what my “well-being” looks like. What is one thing you can do this week to improve your well-being? What strategy can you implement to help you accomplish this goal?
Lesson 2What is a family?
Are all families the same, or are they different?
How do families take care of one another?
What is a family? Are all families the same, or are they different? How do families take care of one another?I know when my body feels healthy and happy. I care about my friends and family. I can recognize and express my feelings. I know my brain can learn new things. I can show what I’ve learned to others. I can name the 5 areas of well-being. I understand the consequences of not taking care of my well-being. I understand the celebrations when I take care of my well-being.I am aware of my own well-being. I understand the consequences of not taking care of my well-being. I understand the benefits of taking care of my well-being. I understand how the 5 competencies affect and connect to each other. I am mindful of my own well-being. I can list the 5 competencies of well-being. I understand the interplay and connection between the competencies of well-being. I have a daily routine to nurture my own well-being. I have resources in my life to address my well-being.I understand what well-being looks like in my life. I can identify problems and solutions for my well-being. I can define 5 areas of well-being. I can identify the current state of my well-being. What is a goal you can set this week? What is a strategy you can implement to help you accomplish your goal?
Lesson 3What is a want? What is a need? What do we need to stay alive and be happy?What is a want? What is a need? What do we need to stay alive and be happy?I have the food and water that I need. I go to sleep easily and sleep all night. I wash my hands and bathe or shower regularly. I know how to meet my body’s needs.I have the food and water that I need. I go to sleep easily and sleep all night. I wash my hands and bathe or shower regularly. I am confident in my ability to meet my basic needs.I know the basic things that my body needs to live. I am getting 8–10 hours of sleep each night. I have the food and water that I need. I am confident in my ability to meet my basic needs.I know what the word “physiological” means. I understand how my physiological needs are connected to my ability to thrive. I am getting 7–8 hours of sleep each night. I have the food and water that I need. I am confident in my ability to meet my basic needs. I have the time and space to take care of my physical needs during the school day.I can define the term “physiological.” I understand my basic physiological needs. I understand how my physiological needs are connected to my ability to thrive. I know how to get help if I am having difficulty meeting my physiological needs.
Lesson 4What keeps us safe? What can I do in an emergency? Who can I ask for help when I’m feeling unsafe?What keeps us safe? What can I do in an emergency? Who can I ask for help when I’m feeling unsafe?I feel physically safe at home and school. I feel like I can be myself at home and school. When I see a problem, I can think of something to do, and then I try to help.I feel comfortable asking questions. I feel comfortable making mistakes in class. I feel physically safe at home. I feel physically safe at school. I feel like I can be myself at school. I feel like I can be myself at home. I feel physically safe in my classroom. I feel physically safe in my school. I feel like I can be myself at school. I feel like I can be myself at home. I feel physically safe at home and in my personal life.I feel physically safe in my classroom. I feel physically safe in my school. I feel physically safe at home and in my personal life. I feel like I can be myself at school. I feel like I can be myself at home. I can ask others for help when I need it. I feel physically safe in my classroom. I feel physically safe in my school. I feel physically safe at home and in my personal life. I feel psychologically safe in my classroom. I feel psychologically safe in my school. I feel psychologically safe at home and in my personal life. I feel like I can be myself at school. I feel like I can be myself at home.
Lesson 5What is a friend? Who is your friend? What do you like best about your friend? What kinds of things do you like to do with a friend? How can you be a good friend?What is a friend? Who is your friend? What do you like best about your friend? What kinds of things do you like to do with a friend? How can you be a good friend?I belong to a family. I belong to a classroom. I belong to a school. There are people in my life that love me.I feel connected to my peers. I have a few people in my life that I feel connected to. I am a part of a group. I feel connected to my peers. I have people in my life that I feel connected to. I am a part of a group. I feel like people “see” me and my gifts. I feel connected to my school community.I feel connected to my peers. I have a few people in my life that I feel connected to. I am a part of a group. I feel like people “see” me and my gifts. I feel connected to my school community. I make healthy connections with other people. I can classify the relationships I have with different people in my life. I nurture the relationships that are important to me. I have relationships that make me feel like I belong and that I am loved.I feel connected to my peers. I have people in my life that I feel connected to. I am part of a group. I feel like people “see” me and my gifts. I feel connected to my school community.
Lesson 6How does my body grow? What fuels my body so that I have energy every day to think and play?How does my body grow? What fuels my body so that I have energy every day to think and play?I have the food and water that I need. I eat healthy meals throughout the day and try not to skip any meals. I drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. I am confident in my ability to meet my basic needs. I have the food and water that I need. I eat healthy meals throughout the day and try not to skip any meals. I drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. I am confident in my ability to meet my basic needs.I can describe how positive eating behaviors impact my personal health. I know where to find reliable nutrition information. I fill my plate with a balance of nutritious foods. I can communicate clearly to protect and promote my personal health. I understand that my body requires energy to perform physical and mental tasks. I have access to nutritious food. I have access to a variety of food. I understand the role of different nutrients inside my body.I understand that what I put in my body has short- and long-term effects. I have access to nutritious food. I have access to a variety of food. I understand the role of different nutrients inside my body.
Lesson 7How can I stay healthy? What are germs? How can I stay healthy? What are germs? I practice good personal hygiene. I keep myself clean and healthy. I have the resources at home to practice good hygiene.I practice good personal hygiene. I keep myself clean and healthy. I have the resources at home to practice good hygiene.I can list practices of self-care and hygiene. I have a hygiene plan and practice these habits daily. I have what I need to practice good hygiene. I can describe how my self-care and hygiene habits affect my overall wellbeing and the health of people around me.I understand the practices of self-care and hygiene. I practice good hygiene every day. I have the resources at home to practice good hygiene. I have a hygiene plan and practice these habits daily.I understand why self-care is important. I practice daily habits of self-care. I understand that self-care needs to be balanced and include all areas of well-being. I have the resources to engage in appropriate self-care strategies. One area of self-care is physical and includes hygiene. I understand what good hygiene is. I engage in daily habits of good hygiene. I have good hygiene. I have the resources I need to practice good hygiene.
Lesson 8I know that taking care of my body is important. I do something active every single day. There are physical activities that I enjoy doing. Doing physical activities helps my brain learn. I know that when my body is active, I will be happier. I know that taking care of my body is important. I do something active every single day. There are physical activities that I enjoy doing. Doing physical activities helps my brain learn. I know that when my body is active, I will be happier. I know that taking care of my body is important. I do something active every single day. There are physical activities that I enjoy doing. I know that when my body is active, I will be happier.I engage in physical activity every day. I understand the benefits of exercise in my everyday life. I know the 3 basic elements of fitness.I understand the benefits of physical exercise. I know different types of exercise I can do. I understand the barriers that keep me from exercising and what I can do to overcome them. I engage in some kind of physical activity every day. I think positively about and express gratitude for my body. I engage in some kind of exercise or physical activity every day. I have a favorite type of physical activity. I understand the benefits of exercise for my heart and brain.I understand that the energy my body requires is based on the physical and mental activity of my body and mind. I understand the benefits of exercise. I engage in some kind of physical activity every day.
Lesson 9I know that taking care of my body is important. How important is sleep? What does stress feel like? I know how to help myself when I’m stressed.I know that taking care of my body is important. How important is sleep? What does stress feel like? I know how to help myself when I’m stressed.I know that taking care of my body is important. I get 10–12 hours of sleep each night. I know when I feel stressed. I know how to help myself when I’m stressed. I understand the causes of stress. I understand how my body and mind react to stress. I have resources to manage my stress. I have strategies to manage my stress. I understand that getting enough sleep will help my stress. I get at least 9 hours of sleep at night.I get 8–10 hours of sleep a night. I can explain why getting enough sleep is important. I can identify things or situations that cause me stress. I can describe how my body and mind react to stress. I have resources to manage my stress. I manage my stress in healthy ways.I understand the symptoms of stress. I manage my stress in healthy ways. I follow a bedtime routine (sleep hygiene). I am getting 8–10 hours of sleep each night.I understand the symptoms of stress. I manage my stress in healthy ways. I follow a bedtime routine (sleep hygiene). I am getting 7–9 hours of sleep each night.
Lesson 10What is communication? Why is it important? How can words help or hurt? How can we use words to get what we want or need?What is communication? Why is it important? How can words help or hurt? How can we use words to get what we want or need?I know how to communicate what I’m feeling. I am a good listener. I ask questions to understand better. I wait my turn to speak when another person is talking to me. I have an adult I trust to talk to about things that are important to me. I properly communicate with others. I understand the power of words. I actively listen to my peers. I express myself verbally, nonverbally, and in writing.I strive to always be kind in actions and words. I speak and communicate clearly and respectfully. I actively listen when others are talking. I write things online that are true, nice, and helpful. I take breaks from screens to talk in-person. I speak up for myself and know how to say “no.”I communicate ideas and thoughts verbally. I communicate ideas and thoughts in writing. I communicate in a way that is relevant for the topic. I communicate in a variety of ways depending on my audience. I listen actively and attentively. I listen with the intention of building connections with others.I work to be an active communicator. I listen actively and attentively. I recognize that communication is a network of different communication techniques. Depending on the situation, I use different types of communication (verbal, non-verbal, written, and visual). What are the four types of communication?
Lesson 11How can we show kindness to others? What can I do to share with others? How can I take turns with others? What is empathy? How can we show kindness to others? What can I do to share with others? How can I take turns with others? What is empathy? I know how to make and keep friends. I feel what others may be feeling. I can understand what someone else might be feeling. I can show empathy. I feel what others may be feeling. I use empathy to understand different perspectives from my own. I have strategies to demonstrate empathy. I demonstrate self-care by being patient with myself.I listen to what others say and try to understand. I think about how others might be feeling. People come to me for advice. When someone is left out, I invite them to join. I think about what others might need to succeed. I try to understand different perspectives from my own.I use empathy to create connections and build relationships. I have the ability to feel what others may be feeling. I have strategies to demonstrate empathy. When trying to understand history or a current event, I use an empathic lens.I use empathy to create connections and build relationships. I have strategies to develop empathy. When trying to understand history or a current event, I use an empathic lens. I strive to include others. I respect others' points of view, even when they differ from my own.
Lesson 12What are rules? Why do we have rules? How can rules help us?What are rules? Why do we have rules? How can rules help us?I care for my friends. I value differences in myself and others. I understand everyone has unique backgrounds, and I want to learn more about others. I feel respected by others.I respect people’s opinions even if they’re different from mine. I respect and value people for who they are. I appreciate the individual differences of others. I look for opportunities to learn about people who are not like me.I can explain how my background shapes what I think, what I choose, and how I live. I respect that my peers all have unique backgrounds that have shaped them, too. I can differentiate between equality and equity. I celebrate diversity in the classroom.I am part of a culture that has shaped my opinions, choices, and lifestyle. I recognize that my traditions are different from my peers. I have a unique life experience from those around me. I interpret the events and conversations around me in a different way than my peers.My identity is different from my peers. I show respect to people around me. I recognize that others around me have different opinions about things. I show respect for others’ identities and opinions, even when they are different from my own. I honor diversity in the classroom. I celebrate diversity in the classroom. I am inclusive with those around me.
Lesson 13Why do we work together? What can we do together that would be hard to do alone?Why do we work together? What can we do together that would be hard to do alone?I work well with others. I share ideas with others and learn new things. I know that everyone’s feelings are important. I work well on a team and do my part. I can kindly disagree with others. I work with others to solve problems and accomplish goals. I work with and share ideas with others to learn new things. I respect that everyone's feelings and opinions are important. I use strategies to help solve problems within a group. I am accountable for group assignments, I do my best work, and I complete tasks.I communicate clearly and respectfully. I listen carefully to my teammates when they talk. I add onto others’ ideas in my group. I compromise and accept ideas from others. I am accountable for group assignments. I follow my assigned role, do my best work, and complete my tasks. I work with others to solve problems and accomplish goals. I work with and share ideas with others to learn new things. I respect that everyone's feelings and opinions are important. I work well with a team to solve problems. I respectfully listen to, use, and elaborate on others’ ideas even when I disagree with their point of view.I enjoy working with groups for projects. I feel like an active participant during discussions. When working in groups, I listen to others and respect their ideas and opinions. I understand what effective collaboration looks like. I understand the benefits of working together in groups.
Lesson 14What emotions do I know? I know that other people have similar emotions, but not everyone feels the same in every situation. I know that everyone’s feelings are important.What emotions do I know? I know that other people have similar emotions, but not everyone feels the same in every situation. I know that everyone’s feelings are important.I know what emotions I’m feeling. I can regulate, or begin to control, my feelings. I know that everyone’s feelings are important. I know the difference between BIG and small problems, and how to react to them.I identify what I am feeling. I connect my feelings to events or actions. I have strategies to help me regulate my emotions. I express my emotions appropriately. I can name the emotions that I am feeling. I can draw connections between my emotions, thoughts, and actions. I identify the situations that trigger my emotions. I regulate my emotions using various strategies. I try to understand others’ perspectives. I have a wide range of emotions and will feel all of them. I avoid judging my own emotions because they are neither good nor bad. I can take my emotional temperature and interpret what my emotions mean. I identify the stressors that trigger strong emotions in my life. I manage my emotions so they do not interfere with my daily life.I can identify and name the emotions I am feeling. I understand the connection between my emotions, thoughts, and actions. I know how to regulate my emotions. I can manage/regulate my emotions in healthy ways. I have strategies to help regulate my emotions. I respect others’ perspectives and demonstrate empathy.
Lesson 15What are emotions? How do I know how others are feeling? How can emotions help me create connections with others? What can I do when I feel emotions? What are emotions? How do I know how others are feeling? How can emotions help me create connections with others? What can I do when I feel emotions? I am happy with myself. I am happy for other people around me. I know what happiness means to me. When I’m feeling sad, there are things that can make me happy. I have more good days than bad days.I am happy with myself. I am happy for other people around me. I know what happiness means to me. How does serving others make you happy? I am grateful for the things I have. When I’m feeling sad, there are things that can make me happy. I reframe my thinking towards happiness. I create an environment in which my basic needs are met. I have more good days than bad days.In general, I have more good days than bad days. I take time to live in and enjoy the moment. I try to reframe negative thoughts. I express gratitude for things and people in my life. I feel a sense of purpose and meaning. I have resources to help me through hard moments. I have good habits that provide me with happiness. I know where happiness comes from. I create moments of happiness on my own. I improve my habits for happiness.I know what happiness feels like. I engage in habits that make me happy. I am generally happy with myself and others. When difficult things happen, I have the resources to manage them. I have things in my life that bring me joy. In general, I have more good days than bad days.
Lesson 16What things change? Is change good or bad? How do I feel about change? What things change? Is change good or bad? How do I feel about change? I know the difference between short-term and long-term change. I know strategies to help me deal with change. I experience short-term change. I experience long-term change. I accept the changes in my life. I can respond appropriately to change. I have strategies to help me deal with change.I experience temporary and long-term changes. I can identify how different changes make me feel. I choose to focus on things that I can control rather than things that I cannot control. I have strategies to help me deal with change. I accept the changes in my life. I have experienced a substantial change in my life. I recognize that I can feel lots of different emotions during life changes. I have strategies that help me cope with change in my life. I use strategies to cope with temporary and long-term changes to my life. I talk to trusted adults who can help me through life changes.I recognize that I can feel many different emotions during life changes. I have strategies that give me confidence in dealing with change in my life. I use strategies to cope with short-term and long-term changes in my life. I can demonstrate cognitive flexibility when dealing with change. I talk to trusted adults who can help me through life changes.
Lesson 17What do you do well? What is hard for you? What would you like to do someday? How can you get better at something you like to do?What do you do well? What is hard for you? What would you like to do someday? How can you get better at something you like to do?I keep trying when things are hard. I learn from my mistakes. I try to improve. I set goals to be better. I can give up something I want now for something better later. I demonstrate resilience. I can see resilience in others. I recognize when I’m struggling and I will persist when things are hard. I make and keep short-term goals. I make and keep long-term goals.I believe that I can succeed if I try hard enough. I bounce back from difficulties. I keep trying even when things are hard. I take risks and try new things. I keep trying even when I don’t succeed. I set realistic expectations for myself.I set goals and do whatever it takes to reach them. I can define resilience, perseverance, and grit. I can identify a personal example of resilience, perseverance, or grit. I have resilience, perseverance, and grit from day to day (short term). I have resilience, perseverance, and grit that lasts for years (long term).I persevere through hard times in my life. I can define grit. I can define perseverance. I can define resilience. I stay motivated to achieve an objective. I know how to recognize resilience in others.
Lesson 18What is a growth mindset? What is a mistake? How can I learn from my mistakes? What can I do when something goes wrong? What can I do when something is hard to do?What is a growth mindset? What is a mistake? How can I learn from my mistakes? What can I do when something goes wrong? What can I do when something is hard to do?I ask questions to gather information. I can identify similarities and differences in ideas. I understand the difference between fact and opinion. I explain my thinking to others. I make meaningful connections between ideas. I ask questions to gather facts and useful information. I recognize similarities and differences between ideas. I connect what I am learning with what I already know. I identify problems. I create solutions to problems. I collaborate with others.I seek, access, and explore information in many different ways. I use sources that are trustworthy, relevant, and useful. I make responsible decisions based on reliable information rather than using my emotions or opinions. I provide evidence to support my opinions.I seek, access, and explore information in many different ways. I have a clear understanding of whether information is trustworthy, relevant, and useful. I can explain my thinking to others. I provide evidence to support my opinion. I make meaningful connections between ideas. I seek, access, and explore information in many different ways. I have a clear understanding of whether information is trustworthy, relevant, and useful. I can explain my thinking to others. I provide evidence to support my opinion. I make meaningful connections between ideas.
Lesson 19What are the choices I make every day? What are the consequences of my choices? How can I use my choices to help others? What are the choices I make every day? What are the consequences of my choices? How can I use my choices to help others? I can try new things. I understand that everyone makes mistakes. I understand that mistakes are opportunities to learn. I can learn from my mistakes. I can celebrate others when they are successful. I try new things. I take risks. I learn from my mistakes. I celebrate others when they are successful. I have a growth mindset. I keep trying when things are hard. I accept feedback.I can explain the differences between a fixed and growth mindset. I believe that I can learn and grow if I keep trying. I persevere when things are hard. I learn from my mistakes. I accept feedback.I exercise my brain in a similar way to exercising my body. I have a growth mindset when there is a challenge in my life. I accept feedback in order to improve. I can persist when there are obstacles in my way. I am inspired by the success of other people.I have a growth mindset when there is a challenge in my life. I accept feedback in order to improve. I can persist when there are obstacles in my way. I am inspired by the success of other people. I can identify the difference between a fixed and a growth mindset. I can start changing my mindset by taking action. I can celebrate others' successes and find inspiration from others' successes.
Lesson 20How are things the same? How are things different? What does it mean to compare and contrast?How are things the same? How are things different? What does it mean to compare and contrast?I make choices and decisions. I can make good choices. I understand the consequences of my choices. I use my choices and my voice to help others. I choose to do my best work. I choose to turn in my homework on time. I choose to ask for help when I am stuck or struggling. I choose to have a growth mindset and not give up. I choose to participate in class, even when it may not be interesting to me. I choose to listen when others are talking. I choose to participate in group discussions and projects. I choose to be kind and help others. I choose to do the right thing for myself and others even when others are not looking. I choose to be a lifelong learner. I can list different choices that I am able to make. I can describe the consequences for my actions. I speak up for myself and others. I use my voice and language to make things better, not worse. I communicate with children and adults with respect.I make choices in my life. My choices can impact my health and other areas of my well-being. I make choices that support my health and well-being. I make choices that align with my personal boundaries. I recognize that my choices impact my academics and relationships. I recognize that my choices impact my life both now and in the future. I support others in making appropriate choices for their well-being. I recognize that I can make choices in my life. I recognize that my choices can impact my health and other areas of my well-being. I can identify behaviors and make choices that support my health and well-being. I recognize, establish, and make choices that align with my personal boundaries. I recognize that my choices impact my academics and relationships. I recognize that my choices impact my life both now and in the future. I support others in making appropriate choices for their well-being.
Lesson 21What does it mean to cope? What can I do when I am feeling bad? What does it mean to cope? What can I do when I am feeling bad? I can focus on the right now. I use my 5 senses to connect to the world. I feel better when I am mindful of myself and others. I use my 5 senses to connect to the world. I feel better when I am mindful of myself and others. I stay focused on the present—staying in the moment. I use strategies to help me feel calm. I use strategies when I feel worried, anxious, or stressed. I can identify when my brain feels overloaded. I have strategies to slow down and take my time. I can clear my mind of the past and the future and focus on the present moment. I can tell when my muscles and body feel tense. I believe that mindfulness could improve my daily life. I get stuck reflecting on events in the past. I find myself thinking about problems that haven’t yet occurred in the future. I can stay focused on the present. I believe that mindfulness could improve my daily life. I have mindfulness strategies that I can incorporate into my daily life. I can focus on short and long activities in a classroom setting. I know what is distracting to me and can limit those distractions when needed. I have a hard time sitting still. I can read for an extended period of time. I feel stressed when I am at school. Stress is a major part of my life and is sometimes crippling.
Lesson 22How many things does my brain know how to do? How did I learn to do the things I already know? How many things does my brain know how to do? How did I learn to do the things I already know? I like to learn. I want to learn every day, not just at school. When I don’t understand something, or I can’t solve a problem, I ask questions and try to “problem solve” until I find a solution. I like to learn. I want to learn every day, not just at school. When I don’t understand something, or I can’t solve a problem, I ask questions and try to “problem solve” until I find a solution. I take responsibility for my own learning. I am a lifelong learner. I have strategies that help me make learning relevant. I use strategies to help me become an active learner.I participate fully in class activities. I take responsibility for my own learning. I learn about different topics for fun and self-improvement, not only for good grades. I often think about my own learning and growth. I have strategies that help me make learning relevant.I can describe what active learning looks like. I can give an example of active learning. I learn about things that interest me for fun. I am more focused on learning content or a skill rather than earning points or a grade. When I don’t understand something, I ask questions and then problem solve until I find a solution. I have an attitude of learning, not just for school, but for learning for life.I can describe what active learning looks like. I can give an example of active learning in my own life. I learn about things that interest me for fun. I am more focused on learning content or a skill rather than earning points or a grade. When I don’t understand something, I ask questions and then problem solve until I find a solution. I am willing to take risks to learn something new. I have an attitude of learning, not just for school, but for lifelong learning.
Lesson 23What are you curious about? How can being curious help you?What are you curious about? How can being curious help you?With help, I can brainstorm new ideas about a topic. I think of real-life problems and ask good questions to find a solution. I like being creative or creating new artwork, designs, or projects. I brainstorm new ideas about topics. I think of real-life problems and ask good questions to find a solution. I solve problems in a collaborative manner. I use my strong communication skills while problem solving. I express myself creatively. I encourage and support others through their creative efforts.I regularly spend time creating something new. I think of multiple solutions to a problem. I consider the pros and cons of solutions before acting. I think of innovative solutions to different problems. I can encourage and support others as they are solving problems.I create an idea, product, or performance to meet a goal or purpose. I generate a variety of ideas, including referencing the ideas of others and using planning tools to create innovative solutions. I test and evaluate my solutions in diverse settings to find out which are most effective.I feel like I am a creative person. I recognize that creativity is really about innovative problem solving. I get overwhelmed by failure. I strive to have a growth mindset. I can identify problems around me and my community. I get excited when presented with a new challenge or idea.
Lesson 24What are the things I know? How can the things I know help me?What are the things I know? How can the things I know help me?I am dependable and reliable. I keep my commitments. Adults and peers trust me. I am dependable and reliable. I keep my commitments. Adults and peers trust me. I know who I can depend on and rely upon.I am dependable and reliable. I tell the truth and keep my commitments. Adults and peers trust me. I give my best effort and submit my best work. I demonstrate responsibility at home, at school, among my friends and peers, online, and in my community.I am dependable and reliable. When I commit myself to a task, I make sure it gets finished. Adults and peers trust me. I know there are consequences to my actions.I am dependable and reliable. I keep my commitments. Adults and peers trust me.
Lesson 25What is an example of a problem that needs to be solved? How can I solve the problem?What is an example of a problem that needs to be solved? How can I solve the problem?Every day, I try to be better. I have personal goals to improve myself. I have a plan to reach my goals. I set goals for myself. I achieve the goals I set. I know what a SMART goal is. I set SMART goals for myself. I listen to and encourage others in their goal setting.I work every day at being better in some way. I can create a S.M.A.R.T. goal. I can break a big task into little steps. I can list the challenges that stand in my way. I surround myself with supportive people. I use my environment and incentives to motivate me.I have long- and short-term goals for myself. I have a vision that represents who or what I hope to become or achieve. I recognize that setting and achieving goals will help me take steps toward my vision. I see value in aligning my goals to my vision, and to the skills of well-being components. I have long- and short-term goals for myself. I have a vision that represents who or what I hope to become or achieve. I recognize that setting and achieving goals will help me take steps toward my vision. I see value in aligning my goals to my vision, and to the skills of well-being components.
Lesson 26What is character? Am I a helper? Am I honest? Am I a hard worker? Am I kind? Do I always try to do the right thing?What is character? Am I a helper? Am I honest? Am I a hard worker? Am I kind? Do I always try to do the right thing?I can identify qualities of good character. I know the difference between honesty and integrity. I will be truthful even when it is difficult.I am developing positive character traits. I know that my thoughts lead to actions. My actions reflect on the person I want to be. I am committed to becoming the best person I can be. I do the right thing, even when no one is watching. I tell the truth to myself and others. I live authentically and accept who I am. I take responsibility for my words and actions. My words and actions reflect the person I want to be. I am committed to becoming the best person I can be. I am developing positive character traits. I know that my thoughts lead to actions. I am guided by positive thoughts. My actions reflect on the person I want to be. I am devoted to seeking truth.I strive for moral excellence. I know how to recognize good character in others. I know how to raise my own values and character. I have integrity. I take responsibility for my choices and actions. I am honest. I can identify areas in my own life that need improvement to be a person of integrity.
Lesson 27What am I thankful for? How can I show gratitude?What am I thankful for? How can I show gratitude?I can name things I am grateful for. I can share my gratitude for others. I can show my gratitude. I am grateful for the people in my life. I express gratitude to others. I show gratitude by taking care of my things. I recognize the benefits of gratitude in my life. I express gratitude to others. I show gratitude by taking care of my things. I show gratitude by slowing down to appreciate my surroundings. I show gratitude by doing acts of service for others. I feel gratitude for the things in my life. I feel gratitude for the people in my life. My gratitude is related to my attitude. I purposefully choose to be grateful. I can recognize unique strengths in myself. I can recognize unique strengths in others. I can define personal strength. I know how to celebrate my successes. I learn from my mistakes and failures. I take risks. I recognize the sources of perfectionism. I show compassion towards myself and others that struggle with perfectionism. I can create and implement positive affirmations in my life.
Lesson 28What is a citizen? How can we help each other?What is a citizen? How can we help each other?I am a good citizen. I keep the rules. I show respect to others. I take care of my things. I care about other people. I care about the world and my community. I help others when I see they need help. I am responsible for myself. I follow the rules and laws around me. I work hard. I recognize that I am a citizen of many communities. I am a good citizen of the classroom. I am a good citizen of the school. I am a good citizen of my local community. I understand the rights of being a citizen. I understand the responsibilities of being a citizen. I am a good citizen at school, at home, and in my community and country. I treat others with civility and respect. I practice civility when I disagree with another person.I practice good citizenship in my school. I know why good citizenship is important. I speak civilly with my peers. I practice civility when I disagree with another person. I can define citizenship and civility. I know what it looks like to be a good citizen in my community. I respect others, even when their opinion differs from my own. I am civil and kind in all my interactions. I recognize how my individual choices affect myself, others, and the community. I choose to be a citizen by being responsible for my choices and actions.
Lesson 2What makes you the same or different from everyone else?What makes you the same or different from everyone else?I know what my body needs. I know what my mind needs. I know what makes me happy. I feel like I belong with my family and friends. I like who I am.I know what my body needs. I know what my mind needs. I know what makes me happy. I feel like I belong with my family and friends. I like who I am. I have strategies to help me stay motivated. I know when I need to take a break and what I need to do to meet my needs.I am aware of my needs. I am aware of what motivates me. I can locate myself on Maslow’s Hierarchy. I can list the levels of Maslow’s Hierarchy.I am aware of my own basic needs. I nurture my needs and look for the tools to help me survive. My own needs are being met, which allows me to be my best self. I can explain why the need for “safety” is important for me to thrive. I can describe what my “well-being” looks like. I am aware of my needs and look for strategies to help me meet those needs. I recognize what levels of Maslow’s are being met in my personal life. I have resources to meet my needs. Meeting my needs allows me to be my best self. I can describe what my “well-being” looks like. What is one thing you can do this week to improve your well-being? What strategy can you implement to help you accomplish this goal?
Lesson 29What is a family?
Are all families the same, or are they different?
How do families take care of one another?
What is a family? Are all families the same, or are they different? How do families take care of one another?I know when my body feels healthy and happy. I care about my friends and family. I can recognize and express my feelings. I know my brain can learn new things. I can show what I’ve learned to others. I can name the 5 areas of well-being. I understand the consequences of not taking care of my well-being. I understand the celebrations when I take care of my well-being.I am aware of my own well-being. I understand the consequences of not taking care of my well-being. I understand the benefits of taking care of my well-being. I understand how the 5 competencies affect and connect to each other. I am mindful of my own well-being. I can list the 5 competencies of well-being. I understand the interplay and connection between the competencies of well-being. I have a daily routine to nurture my own well-being. I have resources in my life to address my well-being.I understand what well-being looks like in my life. I can identify problems and solutions for my well-being. I can define 5 areas of well-being. I can identify the current state of my well-being. What is a goal you can set this week? What is a strategy you can implement to help you accomplish your goal?